Man arrested after killing gay mayoral candidate in Mississippi

Marco McMillian 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged after killing a popular gay mayoral candidate, according to a police statement in Mississippi.

The man, who was identified as a 22-year-old, was charged with murder Thursday in the death of the mayoral candidate.

The Coahoma County Sheriff's Department, said in a press release that Lawrence Reed of Shelby, was charged in the death of Marco McMillian. McMillian, 34, was a candidate for mayor of Clarksdale, and was well known in the community and beyond.

The investigation began on Tuesday when a man crashed his SUV into another car on U.S. Highway 49, near the Coahoma and Tallahatchie County lines. The candidate was not in the car.

McMillian’s body was found near the Mississippi River levee Wednesday morning between Sherard and Rena Lara, Coahoma County Coroner Scotty Meredith said.

The body was sent for an autopsy and the cause of death has not been made ​​public.
The sheriff's department has not released a possible motive.

Campaign spokesperson Jarod Keith said that the campaign was notable because he may have been the first openly gay man to be a viable candidate for public office in Mississippi.

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New York woman spots bag of money falling out of Brinks truck

Pat Wesner with the cash 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A New York woman got lucky when she suddenly saw a bag loaded with cash falling out from a Brinks security truck, however she decided to give it all back, according to video uploaded to the internet.

When $11,000 in coins and bills dropped to the floor in front of the mother four children, Pat Wesner, she decided honesty was the best policy and gave it all to the police.

The upstate New York woman was on her way to work one morning when a security armored Brinks truck hit a bump in the road and showered her with cash.

With the driver unaware of his gift to Wesner, she stopped at the site on the outskirts of Salem.
She immediately called police and then state trooper Kevin Saunders helped her collect every dime and bill.
The couple later posed for a photo next to the cash.

"We were both laughing as we collecting money from the ground, and I said: 'I cannot even put $1 in my pocket without feeling guilty about it,’" she told a television news station. "It's not my money," she added.

Wesner, who has a daughter and three sons, one of whom is mentally disabled and lives at home, said that most people would have done what she did. The woman, also manages a nonprofit organization.

The woman also said that she had dreams of falling money from a Brinks truck before.
At no time did she ever consider taking any part of the lost cash, which Brinks admitted they did not even know how much was lost, but thanked her for coming forward.

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Teacher caught on video stealing from students

Betti Justine 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A teacher suffered a major embarrassment after being caught on video stealing from students, according to press reports in California.

A sophomore in a high school in California, said she was shocked when a video she set up in order to catch a thief stealing from the backpacks of students allegedly revealed an unexpected suspect, her teacher.

Betti Justine said that several students decided to investigate the thefts after her classmates complained that items were missing from their backpacks after gym class. Justine hid in a closet to catch the suspect and said that she was surprised to see her teacher rummaging through the belongings of students.

"After all the students left she just stood there and went through the bags of the students, Justine told a local television news station. "I saw her take the money and then I told the other students, but no one believed me," she added.

Justine said she decided that she needed som proof, so she took two phones with cameras and hid them in the lockers.
The video shows how the teacher went through several backpacks, apparently taking money from a pink backpack.

"I did not believe she would do something like that because it is not very nice, but then she did," Justine said.
The teacher has been placed on administrative leave while the Linden School District and San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department investigate the alleged incident, but no charges have been filed yet.

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Princeton University offers free homes to the public

Princeton University free homes 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) Princeton University in New Jersey, is offering free homes to people, so far there were no takers.

Princeton University, has an interesting offer which they hope will be a win win situation for them and for the takers.

The houses are located south of the campus, near Alexander Street. They are no longer in use by the University and are available for the public. The offer comes with a catch. Those who decide to become new homeowners have to haul the house away from the university property.

The structures were previously used as offices for the university but are now in uninhabitable conditions.

If the buildings will not be move, they will be demolished, as construction is scheduled to take place for a new campus, for the development of a train station and retail stores, in the near future.

According to a spokesperson of the university, many of them have shown interest, but no one has made plans to move any of them so far.

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Father arrested for stealing video games from hospital

Jim Skursky 
By: Debbie Gross

A man was caught and arrested after he stole video game consoles from a hospital, meant for entertainment of sick children.

The father from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was jailed after he allegedly broke into a hospital storage room and stole several game consoles during a visit of his 5-year-old son in the hospital.

36-year-old, Jim Skursky, was at the hospital visiting his son who had recently underwent surgery and was recovering at the hospital.

According to police, the 5-year old boy was playing with a lighter when his shirt caught on fire and he was badly burned.

The child was rushed to UPMC Mercy Hospital, where he was treated for severe burns on the chest, back, arms and neck. The boy reportedly underwent surgery to repair some of the damage.

Investigators said that Skursky, was visiting his son in the hospital, when he broke a metal cabinet and stole a Wii, Playstation and Xbox games, as well as several game controllers, placing most of the items in a black garbage bag.

Hospital staff contacted police after realizing that the hospital game consoles were missing and they also saw a game controller in Skursky’s pocket.

Skursky was booked into the Allegheny County Jail. He was charged with burglary and criminal mischief.

Florida dog shoots his owner in the leg

Dog riding in a car 
By: John Roberts

A man was shot in the leg not by another person but by his beloved dog, according to press reports in Florida.

The Florida dog did not quite live up to the reputation of their species as man's best friend, accidentally shooting his owner in the leg with a .380 pistol while his owner was driving his car, a local Florida newspaper reported.

Gregory Dale Lanier, 35, of Sebring, Florida, did not know the gun on the floor of his truck was loaded up until his dog accidentally kicked it and shot Lanier in the leg.

"Lanier said he heard boom, saw smoke and felt a burning sensation in the leg," a Sebring police commander, Steve Carr, said.
The police did not arrest the dog.

Boss offers boy $15 hour job after being impressed with his work ethic

Jhaqueil Reagan and Art Bouvier 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) It was a lucky day for one teenager who landed a well paying job because of his determination.

Jhaqueil Reagan, 18, of Indianapolis, was desperately looking for a job when he got an offer for a job interview at a thrift store at minimum wage. He jumped for the opportunity.

On the day of his scheduled job interview the weather was very bad. The roads very icy and it was dangerous to walk. But Reagan was determined to get the job so he set out for the treaturous 10 mile walk, just for an interview.

Halfway through the walk, Reagan, saw restaurant owner Art Bouvier, and asked: “Can you tell me how far it is to 10th and Sherman?” Bouvier, told the boy that 10th and Sherman, is about six or seven miles away. “You’re not going to get there anytime soon in this weather. You’ll probably need to take a bus,” Bouvier said. The teenager thanked him and kept walking.

About 20 minutes later, the restaurant owner was running errands when he saw the teenage boy still walking. He stopped and offered the boy a ride to the job interview.

“I asked him how come you’re not on the bus” Bouvier, said. To which the teenager answered: “I can’t afford the bus until I get a job.”

Bouvier, who was so taken with his determination that he offered Reagan a job at his restaurant where he gets paid $15 an hour.

Reagan accepted the offer and is very thankful to his new boss.

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Teacher forces 5-year-old black boy to be slave to white kids

Jamelle Young 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A teacher taught a lesson on slavery and forced the black boys to go up on a table to be sold to fair-skinned kids.

Jamelle Young from Alabama, is outraged after a teacher allegedly made her son represent the slaves during a kindergarten class lesson in slavery. The boy did not want to go on the auction table to be auctioned off.

The teacher at MacMillan International Academy in Montgomery, chose fair-skinned kids to represent the masters.

The teacher also allegedly gave the children a coloring sheet depicting a slave auction and told the students to go home and ask their parents if they “would ever return to slavery."

"That is not a question to ask anyone, let alone a child of five-years-old," Young said.

Young raised her concerns with the school principal, who said that the incident is being investigated.

Although, it is an ugly part of U.S. history that none of us care to remember, it is important that children of all races be aware to gain an appreciation of the diverse community in which we live today.

Young agrees that slavery should be taught, but it should be taught in the upper grades and definitely not by standing on a table getting auctioned off as a salve.

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Jewish and Mexican chefs create delicious gefilte fish tacos

Eric Greenspan and Roberto Treviño 
By: Moses Gold

Restaurant Chefs always look for new and exciting food to serve their customers.

Two experienced chefs came together to created what they believe will be the next big thing in the United States.

One chef is a Jewish man and the other is a Mexican man, together they created a mix of Jewish and Mexican foods such as gefilte fish tacos and taco knishes.

They call their brand El Ñosh, a mix of Yiddish and Spanish. The word nosh in yiddish means snack, the added word El, is to make it more exsotic and Mexican sounding.

Eric Greenspan is a Jewish man from California. He is a chef in Los Angeles at the The Foundry at Melrose. Roberto Treviño is originally from California and now runs four successful restaurants in Puerto Rico.

The two met when they were on the Food Network show, "The Next Iron Chef." They worked well together and they worked together on creating delicious projects since then.

They showcased their Jewish/Mexican food dishes at the South Beach, Florida, Food & Wine Festival.

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Mother receives only 45 days jail after killing her baby

Ruby Klokow 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A woman thought she could get away with murder after telling police that her baby died from falling off a couch.

Now, Ruby Klokow, was given a plea deal of 45 days in jail and 10 years probation for killing her baby girl.

Klokow had a lot of kids at a relatively young age and was not happy in her marriage. There was a lot of drinking going on and she had a temper.

All her issues caused her to let out her anger on her innocent children. The abuse was so bad that she actually killed her 6-month-old baby, according to court proceedings.

Klokow, was charged with second-degree murder for the death of her 6-month-old daughter, Jeaneen, just after her son James Jr. Klokow, came forward with horrific stories of child abuse.

It took 56 years for James Jr. Klokow, to muster up the courage to report his mother and talk about abuse he and his siblings suffered at the hands of their mother.

6-month-old Jeaneen was killed in 1957. At the time of her death, the autopsy revealed she had suffered two brain hemorrhages, a partially collapsed lung and three scalp bruises.

At a preliminary hearing five decades later, a forensic pathologist who reviewed the documents in the case stated that the severity of the injuries were not consistent with Klokow’s explanation of her daughter’s death.

Klokow, from Wisconsin, who is now 76-years-old, will serve 45 days in jail and 10 years probation under a plea agreement.

Judge Angela Sutkiewicz agreed to the sentence because of Klokow’s age and health issues, District Attorney Joe De Cecco said.

The district Attorney couldn't drop the charges to a lesser crime such as manslaughter, because the statute of limitations.

Her attorney, Kirk Obear, said he thought the case against Klokow was unfair. "There were witnesses who could have been interviewed who are long dead," he said.

Sadly, 6-month-old Jeaneen, was not the only child who died in the care of her abusive mother. Scott Klokow, another son of Klokow, was found dead in his crib seven years after Jeaneen died. No charges have been filed in his death.

Klokow, admitted to abusing her son when he was about five-years-old, she made him stand in a corner with a paper bag on his head while she hit each of his toes with a hammer, according to press reports.

Klokow pleads to 1957 murder

19-year-old girl arrested after having sexual relations with 9-year-old boy

Jalissa Baez  
By: John Roberts

A father was devastated when he learned that his teenage babysitter was having sex with his 9-year-old son.

The sexual relationship lasted for six months before the father found out. Apparently, the babysitter warned the boy not tell anyone about their “relationship,” according to reports.

Jalissa Baez, 19, was branded a "threat to the community" by the police chief, who arrested her after a six-month long investigation.

Baez, who lives in Pennsylvania, was arrested for sleeping with the 9-year-old boy, after she had been hired to babysit him. Baez had sex with the boy for a period of several months, according to police reports.

The father hired Baez to babysit his son while he was at work. Instead of caring for the him, she flirted with the child and got him to have sex with her.

Baez was booked into jail on charges of involuntary sexual intercourse with a child, indecent assault, endangering the welfare of a child, corruption of a minor and indecent exposure.

Her bail was set at $25,000.

Man calls police after wife accused him of child sexual assault

Tillman Clifton 
By: John Robert

A man got into trouble after his wife caught him with a young child.

The woman was very upset when she allegedly found her husband masturbating near a sleeping young girl.

The couple argued about the incident leading to the husband calling the police on his wife.

Tillman Clifton, 38, from Whitewater, Colorado, was upset when his wife accused him of molesting the child so he called police and reported her.

Police responded to the house and arrested the husband for sexual assault of a child, according to press reports.

Clifton's wife told deputies, that she found her husband on the floor next to a couch where the child slept. His hand was under a blanket, with a towel and lotion on a table nearby, according to police reports.

Clifton denied the allegations and he told police that his was was simply “jumping to conclusions." He also told police that the child was too young, if he was going to touch a girl it would've been an older one, according to the report.

The young child however told officers that Clifton has rubbed lotion on her while saying how much he loved her.

Clifton remains in jail without bail.

Government orders shut down of New York discount bus company

Fung Wah bus 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A popular discount bus company servicing the New York to Boston route was order to shut down after numerous safety concerns were raised, according to a statement by the government.

Federal regulators on Tuesday ordered the bus service operating between Boston and New York Chinatown, to withdraw its entire fleet of buses off the streets after inspections on several buses found serious problems including cracked frames.

The announcement by the U.S. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration came after Massachusetts officials found serious problems on eight buses operated by the Fung Wah bus company.

The company had already agreed to take 21 buses off the road, but the order eliminates all 28 buses until a comprehensive safety inspection is performed.

On Tuesday afternoon, three Fung Wah buses had returned to service after passing inspections in Massachusetts, said Mary-Leah Assad, a spokesperson for the Department of Public Utilities, which regulates the company. Additional inspections were underway in New York, the spokesperson said.

Officials said the company had also chartered buses to continue operations..
At the bus station south of Boston, Fung Wah’s ticket booth had almost no activity at night, but some customers were not really concerned by the problems of the company.

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Muslims nailed staging Price Tag attack to frame Jewish settlers

Muslims staging Price Tag attack 
By: David Ross

Muslim residents in the Palestinian controlled West Bank were nailed staging a so called Price Tag attack in order to frame Jewish setllers, according to a statement released today by the Israel police.

By Aryeh Savir

Tazpit News Agency For
YourJewishNews.com

An Israeli Police spokesman announced that the alleged 'Price Tag' action in the Arab village of Kusra last Thursday was not nationalistically motivated, but was fabricated and staged by Arabs for propaganda purposes.

Last Thursday, Feb. 21, the police received a report of six burned cars in the village of Kusra. A blue Israeli identification card was found on site. The media publicized that the arson was the work of Israelis, a so-called 'Price Tag' operation, in retaliation of the destruction of Jewish homes the previous week by the Israeli government.

Following an intensive investigation the police have concluded that the arson was not committed by Jews. The police questioned several residents of Kusra, and their statements were not compatible with the findings at the scene. The Israeli ID card belongs to a soldier who dropped it a few days earlier while on a mission in the village.

Aish Kodesh, a nearby Jewish community was implicated by the media in the alleged 'Price Tag' action at Kusra. Aharon Katsof, spokesman for Aish Kodesh told Tazpit News Agency that the police's findings support their claims: "We have stated throughout the entire time that this was a Palestinian provocation against Aish Kodesh.

In the past months we have been assaulted on a daily basis by hundreds of Arab vandals who destroy our property and fields, throw stones and fire-bombs at our homes, causing us tremendous financial loss. Albeit our repetitive requests, the IDF has not provided sufficient security to our families, and we have recently learned that the army has further decreased its presence in the area, which will bring to an increase in the Arab attacks against us.

The solving of this case proves again that the Arabs are constantly trying to stage provocations and their claims are accepted without proper scrutiny.

The damaged caused to the community's name as a result of the media publications is immense. We hope that in future such confrontations the public will understand that these actions are instigated by the Palestinian Authority in an attempt to establish a new reality on the ground by gaining control of state-owned lands and by besmirching the name of the Israeli residents of Judea and Samaria, but Aish Kodesh will continue to develop and prosper."

It is of significance to note that in many incidents the Israeli residents of Judea and Samaria are accused of committing 'Price Tag' actions against the Arabs in the region. To this date, no Israeli has been tried or convicted on such charges. In many incidents, as in this case, the vandalism turns out to be a staged provocation, local criminal activity or tribal infighting.

Black Jewish woman wins Miss Israel 2013 title

Yityish Titi Aynaw 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

For the first time ever, a black Jewish woman has won the Miss Israel title, according to press reports in Israel.

Yityish Titi Aynaw, won the title of Miss Israel 2013 on Wednesday night. The 21-year-old resident of the Israeli city of Netanya, which is located on the Mediterranean coast of Israel is the first Ethiopian-born contestant to win the title.

Aynaw came to Israel with her family, 9 years ago. She was enrolled in the Miss Israel contest by her friend and has no previous modeling experience.

During the contest, Aynaw, said that she wants to become a fashion model in order to change the attitudes toward dark skin models in Israel. I would love to be the first Ethiopian Israeli television host, like the Tyra Banks in Israel, she told a newspaper.

How an NBA star plays ball in the holy land of Israel

Craig Smith playing in Israel 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A popular NBA star recently revealed what it is like to play ball in the Jewish holy land of Israel, according to press reports in Israel.

By Deena Rosenblatt

Tazpit News Agency For
YourJewishNews.com

When most people think about sports in Israel, the first sport that comes to mind is soccer. But over the years basketball has become increasingly popular in the Holy Land.

One of the major teams that play in the Israeli Basketball Super League, the top division of Israeli basketball, is Hapoel ‘Migdal’ Jerusalem. Based out of the Malha arena, Hapoel Jerusalem was originally founded in 1943 and has attracted players from all over the world.

Currently the team is home to nine Israeli players as well as five from abroad; one Georgian player, and four Americans. Although the majority of players on Hapoel Jerusalem are Israeli, the team attracts American NBA players and its most recent is American power forward/center, Craig Smith.

Originally from Inglewood, California, Smith graduated from Fairfax High School and went on to play Division I basketball at Boston College. Smith graduated as the team’s leader in rebounds and was the second highest scorer, in addition to attaining a degree in Sociology.

After college, he went on to be drafted into the NBA where he played for six seasons on the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Los Angeles Clippers and the Portland Trailblazers; for his seventh season he decided to come overseas to continue his basketball career in Israel.

Although it was difficult for Smith to leave his family and fiancé, they have been very supportive of his decision and understand how important the opportunity is for him. “It’s a once in a lifetime experience living in Israel for a year, [especially] with so much history [and] biblical aspects,” Smith told Tazpit News Agency. He finds a lot of meaning in playing “where [his] homie Jesus is from.”

Smith views coming to Israel not only as an opportunity to play basketball, but also as a “learning opportunity on and off the court.” He had lived in the States his whole life and explained that he was “always curious to know what it would be like to live abroad [and also] learn another culture and adapt to it….Jerusalem felt right in this situation.”

Another factor in cementing Smith’s decision to play in Israel was the encouragement he received from former American Hapoel Jerusalem player Roger Mason to do so. In addition, Smith also cited the weather, which is similar to his native California.

Since Smith stepped off the plane, the Hapoel team has opened their arms and welcomed him warmly to the Hapoel family. Smith described how the Israelis and Americans on the team are very close and "often joke around with each other."

The former LA Clippers basketball player has also been invited to several Shabbat meals by his teammates, which have all been eye-opening experiences. When Smith encounters religious people in Israel, he says he enjoys learning about their traditions. “They will explain to you what the process is before you can eat....all the different types of Jewish culture here are pretty cool,” he stated.

When asked about the differences of NBA style of basketball to Israeli basketball, Smith points to some variances in rules. “In the NBA a player cannot stay in the key for more than three seconds or it is a violation, while in Israeli basketball there is no such rule.” In addition the game in Israel according to Smith is somewhat more physical “which is a little tough”.

He also mentioned that in Israel “it’s a little bit more of a team game” in contrast to the NBA where there is more of an individualized effort. In the Israeli league, Smith feels he is more of a focal player and a target, which he explains is “a great honor.”

As for the “Malcha Brigade”, which is Hapoel Jerusalem’s dedicated fan base, Smith describes them as being “rowdy in a good way” and that “not until you experience it do you really know and get a feel for it.”

Based on Smith’s overall experience, he recommends the overseas experience to any basketball player. It “will definitely enlighten you; make you a better person at the end of the day and more knowledgeable about the world.”

As for Craig’s future with Hapoel Jerusalem, he is in no rush to get back to the NBA. He elaborates, “I am having a great time out here, but it really comes down to what happens in the summer time.”

On a personal note, as an avid Celtics fan, it was exciting to discover that basketball is alive and well during my first year here in Israel. Watching Hapoel Jerusalem in a recent game, with the roaring fans in the stands and the strong sense of teamwork on the court, I could see how Smith felt at home. It was hard to differentiate between the American players and the Israeli players in the Jerusalem auditorium, as they were all playing great ball.

Woman, daughter, arrested for Coca-Cola bottle cap scam

Sarah Jones 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A woman and her daughter have been arrested, charged and convicted of defrauding the Coca-Cola Company, through an elaborate bottle cap scheme, according to court proceedings in Oregon.

Now, the Oregon mother and daughter who devised an elaborate scheme to defraud the Coca-Cola bottle cap promotion have been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay almost $50,000 to Coca-Cola.

Carrie Jones, 55, and Sarah Jones, 31, were arrested after corporate fraud investigators followed an unusually high number of bottle cap requests to a computer IP address in Albany.

During the promotion, customers could text a code found under the cap of Coca-Cola products to see if their code was a winner. Coca-Cola usually emailed the holders of the code certain prizes.

Prosecutor Coleen Cerda said that the odds were against the city of Albany, let alone one family, to get so many awards. The competition rules also specify that a person can win only twice and a house only five times during the four-month promotion.

To avoid the limit, the Jones' made up email addresses using other people's identities. Rewards Codes were grouped together and sold online on the ebay auction site. The racked up prizes worth more than $200,000.

Sarah Jones pleaded guilty Friday to computer crime and identity theft. Carrie Jones pleaded also guilty to the crime.




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Police shut down public Pepsi vending machine which dispensed beer

Pepsi vending machine among others 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Police have busted a soda vending machine that really was dispensing beer to anyone with $3.00 including young children, according to video uploaded to the internet.

It looked like any other ordinary soda machine in front of an apartment building in Washington D.C., but police said it was not as advertised.

The Pepsi vending machine dispensed cans of beer for $3.00.
When a neighbor alerted police, they searched and found the beer dispensary at work.

If you put in your money, you could buy BI which stood for Bud Ice, BL which stood for Bud Light, or a can of Schlitz malt liquor.

Anyone, regardless of age, could buy drinks if they had the $3.00.
Vanessa Sowells, a local landlord, said that she complained to the city for months.

D.C. police said that another neighbor alerted officials that there were children buying beers, so a police sergeant tested the machine which dispensed a large can of beer and a malt liquor.

Thomas Fernanders, who has two school aged grandchildren living with him across of the alcohol vending machine. He said he had discovered that it wasn't dispensing soda just two weeks ago.

"If they took a crowbar and opened it, they would see that it is full of beer, so they need to remove it," he said.
He got his wish. The police called the Department of Public Works. It took six men to move the alleged beer-filled machine.

Police are searching for the owner of the vending machine.
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15-year-old killed after refusing to hand over his shoes

The five suspects who were arrested 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A young teen was shot and killed after he refused to hand over his just purchased shoes he held inside a shopping bag at a bus stop, according to police reports in Maryland.

Police said that the 15-year-old boy from Maryland, was killed during an attempted robbery of a pair of shoes after making a stand against his attackers.

Charles Walker Jr. from Hillcrest Heights was found suffering from a gunshot wound two blocks from his home Monday afternoon.
He was taken to a hospital, where he later died of his wounds.

The victim's aunt, Laurice Massey told a local television news station that the teen was at a bus stop when he was attacked.
A police source close to the investigation indicated that Walker was shot in the back when he refused to hand over a bag supposedly containing a pair of shoes.

Relatives told the television news station that the contents of the bag, which was left at the scene of the crime after the shooting, contained a pair of Timberland boots, Walker had intended to give to his beloved girlfriend.
Prince George's County school system issued a statement calling the death senseless.

Police have arrested 5 suspects for being behind the murder. The 5 suspects were identified as 20-year-old Derryk Green of Alexandria, 23-year-old Glenn Leach of Southeast Washington, 18-year-old Jermani Whitner of Temple Hills, 21-year-old Tayvon Williams of Oxon Hill and 21-year-old Kevin Smith of Temple Hills.
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